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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Renal Support E Canned Cat Food, 5.1-oz, case of 24

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Description

Feed your adult cat companion a specific diet with precise nutrition to help support her kidney health. Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Renal Support E Canned Cat Food is highly palatable and specially crafted to help care for the kidney health of adult cats under veterinary supervision. “E” stands for “enticing” and this recipe certainly is just that! This whisker-licking loaf in sauce helps stimulate your kitty’s appetite. You can even mix it with other Royal Canin Renal Support formulas (sold separately), which come in a variety of palatable aromas and wet or dry options, so you can find the right combo for your cat! And since this diet is energy-dense, it provides nutritional support in smaller portions—this is especially important, since cats with kidney challenges can have decreased appetites. You’ll also have peace of mind knowing that this cat food is low in phosphorus and contains a precise antioxidant complex, fatty acids from fish oil and targeted protein levels to help support kidney function.

Key Benefits
  • Veterinary-exclusive wet cat food formulated to help support kidney health in adult cats.
  • The (E)nticing loaf in sauce encourages eating and helps stimulate appetite.
  • Designed to be a highly palatable, energy-dense formula to reduce meal volume and help compensate for decreased appetite.
  • A precise antioxidant complex, fatty acids from fish oil, low phosphorus and targeted protein levels help promote kidney function.
  • Works with a variety of appetite-stimulating Royal Canin Renal Support wet and dry cat food varieties (sold separately).

Veterinary Authorization

This item needs authorization from your veterinarian. Simply provide your pet and vet clinic information at Checkout and we'll follow up with your veterinarian to confirm. If you have a copy of your authorization, you can expedite the process by uploading a scan or photo of it to the Prescriptions section in your account or your order confirmation. You can also email it to vetdiet@chewy.com.

Diet Transitioning

Pets can be sensitive to sudden changes in their diets. For this reason, it is extremely important to follow a gradual transition plan to best support your pet's health and product effectiveness. Ask your Veterinarian about the best way to transition your pet to a new food.

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  • Item Number
    270967
  • Weight
    7.65 pounds
  • Packaging Type
    Can
  • Food Texture
    Pate
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Special Diet
    Low-Protein, Pea-Free, Veterinary Diet
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Water Sufficient For Processing, Pork By-Products, Chicken By-Products, Chicken Liver, Chicken, Brewers Rice Flour, Brewers Rice, Salmon, Natural Flavors, Powdered Cellulose, Pork Plasma, Fish Oil, Carrageenan, Guar Gum, Calcium Carbonate, Potassium Citrate, Taurine, Choline Chloride, Fructooligosaccharides, Salt, Vitamins [L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (Source Of Vitamin C), Dl-Alpha Tocopherol Acetate (Source Of Vitamin E), Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Niacin Supplement, Biotin, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Vitamin B12 Supplement, Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement], Sodium Carbonate, Sodium Silico Aluminate, Marigold Extract (Tagetes Erecta L.), Trace Minerals [Zinc Proteinate, Zinc Oxide, Ferrous Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Manganous Oxide, Sodium Selenite, Calcium Iodate], Magnesium Oxide.

Caloric Content

1043 kcal/kg, 151 kcal/can

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein6.0% min
Crude Protein9.0% max
Crude Fat5.1% min
Crude Fiber2.0% max
Moisture79.5% max
Phosphorus0.15% max
Feeding Instructions

Use Royal Canin Veterinarian Diet Canine Renal Support E only as directed by your veterinarian. Ensure fresh drinking water is available at all times. Cover and refrigerate unused portion.

Transition Instructions

Pets can be sensitive to sudden changes in their diets. For this reason, it is extremely important to follow a gradual transition plan to best support your pet's health and product effectiveness. It is recommended to follow at least a 7-day transition plan before exclusively feeding your pet a new food. Cats will often refuse mixed diets, so we recommend adding the new food to a separate bowl from the old food. Start by mixing 75% of your pet's current diet with 25% of the new diet on Day 1 and Day 2. On Day 3 and Day 4, mix 50% of the current diet with 50% of the new diet. On Day 5 and Day 6, mix 25% of the current diet with 75% of the new diet. On Day 7, you can feed your pet the new food exclusively. Ask your Veterinarian about the best way to transition your pet to a new food.

Transition DayCurrent DietNew Diet
Days 1-275%25%
Days 3-450%50%
Days 5-625%75%
Day 70%100%
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  1. Search for the diet your veterinarian recommends and add it to your cart. You can purchase your veterinary diets along with any other items you need.
  2. At Checkout, you'll be asked for your pet's name and veterinary clinic information so we can confirm that the item is authorized by your veterinarian.
  3. Place your order and we'll take care of contacting your veterinarian. If you have a copy of your authorization, you can expedite the process by uploading a scan or photo of it to the Prescriptions section in your account or your order confirmation. You can also email it to vetdiet@chewy.com.

If your clinic needs more information from you or recommends a different diet, we'll let you know immediately.

I have a copy of the authorization from my veterinarian. Can I send it to you?

Yes. If you have a paper copy of your veterinarian's authorization, you can upload a scan or photo to the Prescriptions section in your account or your order confirmation. You can also email it to vetdiet@chewy.com.

Can I use a veterinarian's authorization if it was written by a veterinarian out of state? Yes. We accept valid authorizations from anywhere in the United States, Canada, and U.S. territories such as Puerto Rico.

Why do I need a veterinarian's authorization?

Veterinary diets are formulated with the precise ingredients and nutrients needed to address specific medical issues. Because these diets are formulated for medical issues, veterinary authorization is needed to advise you on the best way to give them to your pet and to monitor your pet's health while they are on the diet.

Can someone else (such as a caretaker or family member) place an order for my pet?

Yes, but we'll need them to contact us and provide the full name of the pet's owner after the order is placed. This is so the veterinary clinic can locate your pet's records when we contact them. Email us at vetdiet@chewy.com or call us 24/7 at 1-800-672-4399.

Do authorizations expire?

Yes. Your veterinarian will tell us when your authorization expires and how many refills you have before they'd like you to check back in with them.

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What if I have more questions? How can I reach the veterinary diets team at Chewy?

Email us at vetdiet@chewy.com, start a chat on Chewy.com, or call us anytime at 1-800-672-4399. We're here for you 24/7.

Questions & Answers

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  • Why "Veterinary formula is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only to support your cat's kidney health". Does this mean this shouldn't be the only food I feed my cat? Why? Is it not nutritionally balanced? I emailed the company and haven't gotten a reply. Anyone here know?

    This product is specifically formulated for cats with renal disease so it will not be a complete and balanced diet for an overall healthy feline. However, we always encourage pet parents to consult with the veterinarian since they'll know the pet's condition and what the pet needs.

    By on Jul 11, 2017 Report

    Legally, to be sold as complete nutrition cat food in the US, the food must contain a minimum of 0.5% phosphorus in a dry matter analysis (among other requirements), but diets for cats with chronic kidney disease are best formulated with no more than 0.3% phosphorus (as dry matter analysis). This me...more ans pretty much all brands and formulas designed for cats with chronic kidney disease will have this statement on the label, as will many other veterinary diet formulas that may not meet one or more of the nutritional standards established for healthy cats. (For example, the Hill’s thyroid formula has a similar warning because it does not contain adequate iodine levels for a cat with normal thyroid function, but the low iodine content is exactly what many older cats with hyperthyroidism need to manage the disease with little or no medication or for cats with hyperthyroidism who are not candidates for the radioisotope therapy that often provides long term effective control of the disease.) If your vet has recommended this for a specific cat to combat signs of chronic kidney disease, renal support wet and/or dry formula is fine as a their sole food. It may not be appropriate for other healthy cats in the same household as their sole food, though. It may be necessary to separate cats at feeding time to assure everyone gets the right nutrition to meet their needs. Consult your vet about options if you have concerns regarding shared food. It may depend on the age and health of all the cats involved. If you have a healthy senior and a chronic kidney disease senior, you may be fine feeding both renal support wet and dry food, or you may be fine sharing renal support dry food, provided the healthy cat gets a regular wet food or treats with a higher phosphorus content as part of their diet. If you have a young adult cat, kitten, or pregnant/nursing cat, you may need to feed the healthy cat kitten formula or a complete nutrition adult formula while keeping the kidney disease cat eating only the renal formula. There are online resources that can help you find the phosphorus n close to the 0.5% minimum phosphorus content (dry matter analysis) in case the cat with chronic kidney disease sneaks some or a high phosphorus content for a healthy young cat who is eating some renal support dry food and needs a higher content wet food to make up for the lower content in shared dry food. Your vet will be best able to help you determine the most practical options for your situation.

    By CarolynD on Jun 12, 2021 Report

  • What do all the letters stand for in the renal care?

    A stands for aromatic, F stands for flavorful, S stands for savory, D delectable, E stands for enticing, and T stands for tasty.

    By on Sep 21, 2017 Report

  • My cat prefers pate texture. Is this the only formula that comes as a pate? Thanks

    At this time, the Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Renal Support E Canned Cat Food, is the only pate texture the manufacturer makes for this formula.

    By on May 30, 2018 Report

    My cat prefers pate' also so I mash any of the other varieties, D and T, that come as morsels or slices otherwise she'll just lick the gravy off and leave the rest.

    By Tortimom1 on Mar 26, 2021 Report

    Hill's Prescription Diet makes k/d (kidney care) canned PATE WITH CHICKEN in a 5.5 0z. can

    By Catlover on Jan 24, 2020 Report

    Both of my cats don’t do well on this food. They were on the Hp because of of them has extreme food allergy. It was under control. Until his food was changed to this one. The change from pate to crumbles was not a great idea. They both throw up more than occasionally after several months.

    By Coolkitty on Apr 18, 2021 Report

  • I'm unsure how much to feed my adult cat with kidney desease. Her appetite is limited, so I'd like to know what an "ideal" feeding schedule is, just to know how much she's off by. Thanks!

    Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Renal Support E is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only. Use Royal Canin Veterinarian Diet Canine Renal Support E only as directed by your veterinarian.

    By on Mar 10, 2021 Report

  • Are any of the royal can in kidney foods a fish or duck flavor?

    The delectable (D) formula comes in a pork and chicken in chunks in gravy, the enticing (E) comes in a pork and chicken pate, the savory (S) comes in pork and fish kibble, and the tasty (T) comes in pork, salmon, and chicken pate (dog formula) and sliced (cat formula).

    By on Mar 3, 2019 Report

  • What is the benefit of the "in gel" formulation of this Renal Support cat food?

    When deciding between various Royal Canin Veterinary Renal options, it's mainly a matter of your kitty's preference. Where some cats may prefer morsels, some might prefer a gravy or gel.

    By on Sep 10, 2017 Report

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